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National Gallery of Australia
Learning is at the heart of the National Gallery of Australia’s vision. The Gallery welcomes thousands of students every year to take part in experiences inspired by the collection and exhibition program and aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Tailored programs for all levels engage students creatively and critically as they look at, talk about and make art. The Tim Fairfax Learning Gallery and Studio provide a hub for hands-on experiences for students and the wider community. Bookings required.
Belonging: Stories of Australian art: Informed by the voices of Indigenous and settler cultures and communities this program highlights ideas about art, civics and citizenship, and Australian history. Especially designed for Years 5—6 and secondary students.
Learning Gallery exhibition: Skywhales: every heart sings, Patricia Piccinini from March 2020.
See and Create Workshops: See works that will inspire you to get hands-on with creative artmaking, exploring themes such as Identity, Place and more. Check the website for full program details.
Digital Draw and Explore: Use iPads to creatively respond to works in the collection.
Virtual excursions: Bring an artist or artist educator into your classroom with our virtual excursions happening each term.
Digital learning resources: Latest media rich video and immersive resources include Belonging: The Story of Australian Art and Infinite Conversations: Asian-Australian
Find these and more at nga.gov.au/ collections/resources/.
Each year 16 senior students are selected to spend a week at the Gallery in January. Applications open in Term 3.
For more information go to nga.gov.au/ summerscholarship.